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© Mr Robert Symonds

IoE Number: 277859
Photographer: Mr Robert Symonds
Date Photographed: 24 April 2002
Date listed: 23 March 1961
Date of last amendment: 09 February 1978
Grade I

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Boxted5377Church of All SaintsTL 85 SW 3/6223.3.61.I

Boxted 1. 5377 Church of All Saints TL 85 SW 3/62 23.3.61. I 2. A small but interesting church built of flint and stone, mainly of the C15. The west tower has stone rusticated quoins and a castellated parapet. The chancel has interesting Jacobean hammer beam roof trusses and there is a fine octagonal pulpit with tester and a parclose screen with balusters, arches and achievements, of the same period. The communion rail is 3 sides with twisted balusters. The church contains many fine monuments including painted wood effigies on a table tomb and memorials to members of the Poley family of Boxted Hall, in the C18 north-east chapel. These include an alabaster monument erected in 1725 to Sir John Poley d 1638 and Dame Abigal, it has full size standing figures in niched arches and pediments. At the west end of the nave there are 2 C16 pews. Graded for its architectural and historical value.

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